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Ralph Nader on BookTV:


Some days are just like this one

We each have to find a way to take action, keep our sense of humor, and take things one day at a time.


399F 2011 Haiti Earthquake Recovery C-SPAN Video Library January 10, 2011 Current Update.pdf

Haiti Earthquake Recovery - C-SPAN Video Library     This aired on Monday, January 10, 2011

C-SPAN Video March 1, 2012 - Bill Press Segment Discussing his Book:  The Obama Hate Machine
An interesting book on those that are funding personal attacks on President Obama and the organizations that they fund who promote their corporate agenda.

USA Today News & Video May 12, 2011

U.S. Navy researcher links toxins in war-zone dust to ailments:
"...U.S. troops in Iraq, Afghanistan and Kuwait have inhaled microscopic dust particles laden with toxic metals, bacteria and fungi — a toxic stew that may explain everything from the undiagnosed Gulf War Syndrome symptoms lingering from the 1991 war against Iraq to high rates of respiratory, neurological and heart ailments encountered in the current wars, scientists say..."

400K 2011 U.S. Navy Research Links Toxins in War Zone to Ailments in U.S. Veterans May 12, 2011 USA Today.pdf

*PBS NOW November 13, 2009 Elizabeth Warren on the Economy
What exactly is going on with the economy? Stocks are up and big bonuses are back, but while they're throwing parties on Wall Street, there's pain on Main Street. One out of every six workers is unemployed or underemployed, according to government statistics - the highest figure since the Great Depression.  This week NOW gets answers and insight from Harvard professor Elizabeth Warren <>, who's been heading up the congressional panel overseeing how the bailout money is being spent. NOW Senior Correspondent Maria Hinojosa talks with Warren about how we got to this point, and where we go from here.

CNN News Video-March 21, 2012
Mysterious noises shake small town

CNN Newsroom|Added on March 21, 2012 Loud noises in Clintonsville, Wisconsin, continue to confuse residents as geologists investigate the cause.

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U.S. Bridges, Roads Being Built by Chinese Firms. Cities hire Chinese instead of American workers for building projects. September 23, 2011 - ABC News Video


"Big Brother is Watching-Salt Lake City, UTAH-ABC4 News-The Night Team...On May 29 2012 the news in Utah aired this segment on the RFID chip. The government wants chip kids to get them to go to school. They say that it's to bring revenue to the school district. People in Mexico are already using it on their kids because of kidnappers. Many people think that the technology is not a good idea. Proof that kids that are in school means more money for district..."

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September 23, 2011 - Video - U.S. Bridges+Roads Built by Chinese Firms
Cities hire Chinese instead of American workers for building projects.
ABC News - Diane Sawyer